Katherine Jenkins is interrupted by daughter Aaliyah, five, during livestream concert – Daily Mail

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Katherine Jenkins is interrupted by daughter Aaliyah, five, during livestream concert as singer performs rendition of I Will Survive

She’s been busy keeping fans entertained with her online lockdown concerts.

And Katherine Jenkins faced an adorable interruption in the form of her daughter Aaliyah, five, during her latest livestream.

The opera singer, 40, was treating followers to another concert filmed from her own home, which was being broadcast live on her Facebook page on Saturday night.

Interruption: Katherine Jenkins faced an adorable interruption in the form of her daughter Aaliyah, five, during her latest livestream

Interruption: Katherine Jenkins faced an adorable interruption in the form of her daughter Aaliyah, five, during her latest livestream

Interruption: Katherine Jenkins faced an adorable interruption in the form of her daughter Aaliyah, five, during her latest livestream

For the show’s final performance, Katherine proceeded to sing the Gloria Gaynor hit I Will Survive, which she proclaimed to be the ‘lockdown anthem’.

She also encouraged everyone watching at home to ‘get out of your armchair’ and sing and dance along with her.

About halfway through the performance, daughter Aaliyah then rushed in front of the camera, and looked adorable as she donned a white cape over a pink t-shirt and polka dot skirt, while finishing her look with a opera-style face mask.

Final song: For the show's final performance, Katherine proceeded to sing the Gloria Gaynor hit I Will Survive, which she proclaimed to be the 'lockdown anthem'

Final song: For the show's final performance, Katherine proceeded to sing the Gloria Gaynor hit I Will Survive, which she proclaimed to be the 'lockdown anthem'

Final song: For the show’s final performance, Katherine proceeded to sing the Gloria Gaynor hit I Will Survive, which she proclaimed to be the ‘lockdown anthem’

Crashing in: About halfway through the performance, daughter Aaliyah then rushed in front of the camera

Crashing in: About halfway through the performance, daughter Aaliyah then rushed in front of the camera

Crashing in: About halfway through the performance, daughter Aaliyah then rushed in front of the camera

Aaliyah then proceeded to join in with her mum’s performance, as the two danced around their living room.

At the end of the show, Aaliyah then held up her younger brother Xander, two, who was sporting a racoon face mask.

Katherine also thanked fans for watching, as she said: ‘Thank you all so much for keeping me company and the family, we love you all very very much, my lockdown lovelies.’

Mum-and-daughter dance: Aaliyah then proceeded to join in with her mum's performance, as the two danced around their living room

Mum-and-daughter dance: Aaliyah then proceeded to join in with her mum's performance, as the two danced around their living room

Mum-and-daughter dance: Aaliyah then proceeded to join in with her mum’s performance, as the two danced around their living room

The star has been performing her online concerts every two weeks to make up for the fact that her live shows were cancelled due to the ongoing pandemic.

And last summer, Katherine also sang for care home residents live from her garden.

She teamed up with Vodafone for the special performance last July, which was broadcast directly from her home into Anchor Hanover care homes: Borrage House, West Hall and St Marys.

Hard at work: Last summer, Katherine also sang for care home residents live from her garden

Hard at work: Last summer, Katherine also sang for care home residents live from her garden

Hard at work: Last summer, Katherine also sang for care home residents live from her garden

Her 45-minute show covered songs such as We’ll Meet Again and an acapella version of You Are My Sunshine.

This was a special birthday request from resident Audrey Grogan at Anchor’s Blackbook House in Colchester, who celebrated her 109th birthday the week the concert took place.

Residents also took the opportunity to sing happy birthday to Katerheine who also celebrated her own birthday that same week.

Showstopping: Her 45-minute show covered songs such as We'll Meet Again and an acapella version of You Are My Sunshine

Showstopping: Her 45-minute show covered songs such as We'll Meet Again and an acapella version of You Are My Sunshine

Showstopping: Her 45-minute show covered songs such as We’ll Meet Again and an acapella version of You Are My Sunshine

Birthday present: This was a special birthday request from resident Audrey Grogan at Anchor's Blackbook House in Colchester, who celebrated her 109th birthday the week the concert took place

Birthday present: This was a special birthday request from resident Audrey Grogan at Anchor's Blackbook House in Colchester, who celebrated her 109th birthday the week the concert took place

Birthday present: This was a special birthday request from resident Audrey Grogan at Anchor’s Blackbook House in Colchester, who celebrated her 109th birthday the week the concert took place

Kristy Smith, care manager at Anchor Hanover’s St Marys care home in Holbrook said: ‘Thank you to Katherine for taking the time to help lift everyone’s spirits during these challenging times.

‘We love a sing-song, and we were overjoyed to share this with the wider community. We loved seeing We’ll Meet Again with Katherine as this was our favourite song during our VE celebrations in May and represented so much of how we have felt during lockdown.

‘It might seem like a small thing but when we sing together in this way, we find wellbeing is greatly improved for residents and staff alike. It is powerful medicine for the soul.’

 

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